No-Kill Approach to Feral Cat Control

In the past New York City tended to deal with free-roaming cats by launching periodic roundups and taking cats to shelters to be adopted or, more likely, to be euthanized. But that did not make much of a dent in the population, according to animal advocates.   But three years ago the city shifted to a new approach to control stray cats that relies on volunteers trained to trap, neuter and then return them to their colonies in the neighborhoods they came from. Volunteers care for the cats, providing them food and water.…MORE


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One Response to No-Kill Approach to Feral Cat Control

  1. sarasinart says:

    It’s an approach that h as two sides, for sure. And doesn’t address illnesses feral cats can get. What a big problem in a city.


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